So last week i developed this rash on my arms, neck and face. Last tuesday i had little bumps on my hands (which has appeared and disappeared before). they look like little pimples or warts which when i pop them they are just filled with a clear fluid. I also noticed my face was feeling a bit dry and sore around my mouth.
The rash is on my arms about half way up my forearm and up my bicep. It is almost like there is 2 rashes. The spots and something like eczema to go with it. The spots are on my arms, mostly on the top side from half way up my arm to my shoulder. There are spots underneath my arm and also on my hands and few over my body, but these do not have an eczema like rash to go with it.
I have also had ringworm on my right forearm which i have been treating with a cream and is going away, but was itchy last week so i was scratching my forearm around it. But i dont think i could have spread this rash through scratching as the rash is on my other arm and my neck and face. i also have spots appearing on my legs and torso but these are only a few and not as itchy and dont have an eczema like rash associated with them.
I treated the left side of my neck with vinegar, and also some parts of my left arm. After researching and thinking it could be Molluscum contagiosum. But none of my bumps have a "white core", they are just filled with clear fluid. The vinegar resulted in some scabbing, but the right arm also has some scabbing which looks like scabies.
My face has blotches red and sort of swollen, it is dry and the skin is sort of flaky. This is all over my face including my forehead.
I went to the doctors and 2 doctors had a look at it. they didnt really know what it was, and one said it could possibly be impetigo, so i got some antibiotics for that.
for the last few days i have been applying some eczema creams to the rashes, this has been helping with the itch and moisturize it a bit, but the rash is still there although it seems to be a bit better.
I am thinking it is most likely scabies after doing some research. I did think it was Molluscum contagiosum but my spots are filled with clear fluid. I was thinking it might also be impetigo with eczema?
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